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51 Concession St.
WESTPORT, ON K0G 1X0
Phone: 613-273-3333
Fax: 613-273-5966
Norman Lapointe

Norman Lapointe

Friday, October 4th, 1946 - Monday, May 31st, 2021
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Obituary

Norman was born in Ottawa to Frank and Luella (McKinnon) Lapointe. He is predeceased by his parents and only sibling, Laura Lapointe, but is survived by many cousins and friends, as well as his beloved poodle, Missy, one of many poodles over the years.
Norman’s career was with the Federal Government in Accounting, transferring to CSIS towards the end of his career. After moving permanently to Westport, he qualified as a Real Estate Agent. In his early 20s, he bought a cottage on McNally’s Lane on the Upper Rideau, and his love of Westport began. Following retirement, he purchased a home on Noonan Road to share with his parents.
A quiet, private person, Norman was a dedicated volunteer:
Treasurer of the Westport United Church.
On the Board of Executives of the Westport Food Bank, and according to Cait Maloney, was “The Face of the Food Bank.”
Norman was a faithful and long-time member of Simpson Masonic Lodge in Newboro. In 2017, he was awarded the William Mercer Wilson Medal by the Grand Lodge of Ontario. This award is given to those who seek no reward or publicity for their Masonic work and commitment to the wider community. It is in recognition of outstanding service, demonstrates continuous brotherly love while always maintaining a modest and humble outlook on life. There was no more deserving individual than Norman Lapointe.
Norman’s Eight remaining first cousins thank the nurses and doctors at Kingston General Hospital ICU for their care and dedication and for keeping family and friends notified. Special thanks to friends David and Marilyn Moore, who saw to Norman’s every need during his sickness; Rev. Bennett of Westport United Church for his prayers and for keeping the congregation informed. Also thanks to Duane Thomas for taking care of Missy for some weeks and now offering her a wonderful, permanent home.
For those wishing to donate in memory of Norman, please consider the Food Bank, Westport United Church and The Canadian Cancer Society.
Arrangements are entrusted to Lyons Funeral Home in Westport. Burial will be in the United Church Cemetery in Westport.
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Pat Mosher

Posted at 01:17pm
We loved Norman like a brother & he became so much a part of our lives during the 17 years we have lived here. Norman was truly the best home bread maker & I never will be able to create what he could with the exact same ingredients. His hostess gift was always a loaf of wonderful bread. He was always kind, warm & friendly with everyone & the whole community is going to miss him so much. Norman, I know you’ll look down & watch me making a mess in the kitchen & I will hear you saying to me “you haven’t washed the other side of the plate”.
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Harold Briggs

Posted at 01:56pm
Norman and I were first cousins as our mothers, Luella and Jessie were sisters. I have many happy memories of shared Christmases and birthday celebrations when we were younger and was impressed and inspired by Norm's community commitments in later years including with Westport United Church, the Westport Food Bank and the Masons. He was a fine upstanding man and will be missed.
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Faye Morris

Posted at 08:10am
My most sincere condolences to the family! Neil was an amazing friend and a man with many hats. Each job he did he did to the fullest and with a smile. Norm had decided over the past few years of knowing me that he found it fun to tell me I should go home and put on socks..(socks are my pet peeve) and if I had long pants that he couldn’t see my feet he would ask me if I put them on 😀
Norm will be greatly missed by everyone who was so lucky to have met him and to his remaining family enjoy the memories
Rest In Peace Norm💕💕
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Tammy Gurr

Posted at 09:15pm
We are very sad to lose this wonderful person. He touched so many lives, quietly and without wanting any recognition.
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